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August 29, 2014

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Nevada State Bank to open four valley branches

Nevada State Bank will open five new branches Monday, including four in the Las Vegas Valley.

Three of the branches are in Las Vegas, one is in Henderson and one is in Dayton, which is in Northern Nevada. In addition to the new branches, the bank also is opening new ATM locations at Walgreens stores throughout the state. Thirty-eight of the ATMs are in Southern Nevada, with seven in the northern part of the state.

"For the past 50 years, Nevada State Bank has been providing exceptional service and products to our clients," Craig Kirkland, executive vice president of retail banking at Nevada State Bank, said in a statement. "Now we're opening the doors to the future by expanding the access our clients have to Nevada State Bank."

The bank was founded in 1959. The new branches and ATM machines are part of its 50th anniversary celebration, the bank said.

Nevada State Bank took over 13 Silver State Bank locations in Southern Nevada on Sept. 5. It abandoned its branches in Smith's grocery stores statewide later that month, saying the company wanted to refocus on its freestanding branches. It also in 2008 closed its three branches inside Southern Nevada Food-4-Less stores.

With assets of more than $4 billion, Nevada State Bank is the state's fourth-largest commercial bank. It is a subsidiary of Salt Lake City-based Zions Bancorporation.

The addresses of the new Nevada State Bank branches are as follows:

Las Vegas:

Craig Road and Rancho Road

5840 W. Craig Road

Nellis Boulevard and Stewart Avenue

325 N. Nellis Blvd., Suite 110

Flamingo Road and Sandhill Road

3780 E. Flamingo Road

Henderson

Eastern Avenue and Horizon Ridge Parkway

10608 S. Eastern Ave.

Dayton

244 Dayton Valley Road, Suite 100

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